Part I: Adult Education in the Assisted and Independent Living Context

Every person on earth is born with a desire to learn. The learning process happens naturally within a social context and learning is an experiential process as well as a cognitive process. There are some important differences between the way children might be educated and the way that adult learners respond best to education. The principles of adult learning and education have important implications for individuals living in elder care or memory care communities.

2020-10-26T18:57:17+00:00

20 Ways to Safeguard Your Home for Family Members with Alzheimer’s Disease

Preparing your home for a loved one with Alzheimer’s disease or dementia can seem difficult and overwhelming.  Most families like to keep their loved ones at home as long as possible, to give them a sense of familiarity [...]

2018-05-23T19:41:57+00:00

13 Ways to Stimulate Brain Activity In Alzheimer’s Patients

Alzheimer’s disease can be debilitating and all-consuming.  That’s why it’s important to do two things when you or a loved one has Alzheimer’s: find relaxation techniques to ease anxiety and find mental stimulation activities to help brain functioning. [...]

2018-05-23T19:41:57+00:00